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#1 Posted by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

Not sure why all week and still people are like Cyclops beat Wolverine therefore should win here. ABC logic doesn't work, and if Cyke didn't have such familiarity with Logan the results last week would've been very different in my opinion. Sometimes how you fight and how well you know your enemy can rock paper scissors a fight in your favor or out of it.

I agree with the ABC logic part and don't take too great an exception to the Batboys taking a majority here.

However, Wolverine knows Scott every bit as much as the inverse. He's dodged the optics just fine when he's had a mind to, and the times Scott's tagged him have been sucker punches or an overture to a fight Wolverine was picking verbally that turned physical by Summers when provoked, just because Scott knows he cannot permanently hurt Wolverine.

Wolverine's superhuman speed, durability and skill, when applied, should get him up in Scott's face just fine. There is little to justify Summers taking a majority in that fight IMHO.

#2 Posted by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

It's CHulk Liddell!

Only thing missing is the beer / roid gut. :P

#3 Posted by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

Too many Cyclops fanboys on here haha

Seriously.

But, hey, I can't stand the character. Couldn't from day one. Little's changed.

#4 Posted by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

Captain Cold did recently get elbowed in the face by Batman, debate having his gun on Bruce point blank...just saying. I think he gets a little over hyped just because he's a Flash villain.

I agree.

#5 Posted by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

Deathstroke took down the X-Men all on his own once

No he didn't. Wolverine kicked his arse on his lonesome.

Regardless, that wasn't a cannon showing.

#6 Edited by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

@mysticmedivh said:

@super_soldierxii said:

@mysticmedivh said:
  • Omnipotence
  • Omniscience
  • Omnipresence
  • Toon-Force equal to the of Bugs Bunny
  • Ability to break the fourth wall

Think that fifth one is implicit in "Toon Force". But yeah. Life would be kinda, um, boring with alla that though before too long. Wouldn't it?

Before long, you'd probably think of role playing a normal bloke, having yourself believe you're completely ordinary, open an account on Comic Vine and dreaming of being all knowing, all powerful ... hey ... wait a minute ...

From our standpoint, it may seem that way, but I cannot comprehend how it would be through the eyes of an absolute and omnipotent being. Their level of thinking and plane of understanding would be literally godly, on a completely different level, if you can get what I'm trying to say. A truly omnipotent/omniscient/omnipresent entity wouldn't simply be "bored" the way that we would think.

No I agree ... though the very notion kind of transcends the mind's ability to grasp to be sure, and thus limiting our ability to discuss to our 3 dimensional realm rife with duality "this & that, yours & mine" and alla that ...

I was merely being "suggestive" in a roundabout way. Perhaps we already are divine and being "human", or taking incarnation, is god's way of expressing his omniscience and experiencing his Self in the small self within the diverse playground call life ...

Moving from darkness to light, ignorance to bliss, is perhaps some sort of divine puzzle worth unraveling ... :P

#7 Posted by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

  • Omnipotence
  • Omniscience
  • Omnipresence
  • Toon-Force equal to the of Bugs Bunny
  • Ability to break the fourth wall

Think that fifth one is implicit in "Toon Force". But yeah. Life would be kinda, um, boring with alla that though before too long. Wouldn't it?

Before long, you'd probably think of role playing a normal bloke, having yourself believe you're completely ordinary, open an account on Comic Vine and dreaming of being all knowing, all powerful ... hey ... wait a minute ...

#8 Edited by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

Far more a fan of Steve Rogers than I am "Captain America". I mean the idea and ideal of "patriotism" has evolved some since the day a comic creator might have thought that moniker a "cool" notion. We tolerate it in today's medium because, well, let's face it, we know the character was invented during WWII which is the only thing that makes it tolerable if not palatable.

On a side note; love how the Captain America movies acknowledge that and treat the title with tongue firmly planted in cheek. It laughs at itself which makes a hero called Captain America kinda work despite.

Guess the point is, we don't need to revamp a character completely to make viewers want to read more of him. Look what Soule is doing over in the pages of Wolverine. It's fantastic. All you need is capable creative talent, not a gimmick (though in Wolverine's case, you have both. Ironic they could have done away with the gimmick altogether though with storytelling like that).

Bring back Steve Rogers and give him a story that makes him the gritty, tough as nails, experienced war veteran we know he can be. He just needs a harder edge to him to lend a bit of awe and shock value to the read every now and then and he'll be fine.

#9 Edited by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

Lol.

Many Viners voting for Supes are unaware of power sets.

Martian Manhunter or Silver Surfer take it. Both can amp their strength levels to near infinite levels last I checked.

#10 Posted by Super_SoldierXII (6357 posts) - - Show Bio

Sure, you have Spider-Man and Batman who are right up there.

But overall, general public ... EVERYONE knows Superman. Regardless your cultural background or age group.

Globally, there is probably next to no one who has not heard of Superman. The original superhero.